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, she was ready to abort 40,000 babies. now she's fighting . the remrashgable story of carol everett next. [ alarm rings ] [ male announcer ] take the fixodent 12 hour hold challenge. fixodent denture adhesive challenges you to a 12 hour hold test. ♪ thanks to its time released formula, you apply fixodent once, and it holds all day. ♪ take the fixodent 12 hour hold challenge. guaranteed, or your money back. ♪ and for guaranteed freshness try fixodent cleanser, plus scope ingredients. >> i've heard me talk about the movie the gift of life. one of the most powerful is carol everett is provider, she ran clinics to get repeat customers for maximum profit. you ran up to 1983, was this just a business, a baby machine if ul. >> i want today become a millionaire. >> you wanted to become a millionaire. >> how many abortionings would you have to do and why. >> my commission was $25 so 40,000 a year. >> you were selling abortions not health services, abortions. >> three to five from every female between 13 and 18. >> three to five. how do you get a girl to come back for repeat business f
me talk about the movie the gift of life. one of the most powerful is carol everett is provider, she ran clinics to get repeat customers for maximum profit. you ran up to 1983, was this just a business, a baby machine if ul. >> i want today become a millionaire. >> you wanted to become a millionaire. >> how many abortionings would you have to do and why. >> my commission was $25 so 40,000 a year. >> you were selling abortions not health services, abortions. >> three to five from every female between 13 and 18. >> three to five. how do you get a girl to come back for repeat business for abortion, for heavens sake. >> if they have an abortion early in their child bearing years they'll continue to use abortion as a method of birth control and find them when they're ashamed of pregnancy and that's very early so the sex education process starts as early as kindergarten to break down the natural modestry and celebrate them from parents and values and looks at someone like me, who runs an abortion clinic as an expert on sexual activity and low dose birth control. >> and you did this for a b
conditions where no limitation currently exists in order to address the concerns of the surrounding everette. the sponsor proposes to operate five food and beverage stations within the center. alcoholic beverages have been sold at previous events, there is insufficient information to establish a historic average in terms of the number of service stations. the draft motion does not include any conditions on this issue. staff should note the commission may consider whether to have such conditions as part of the conditional use approval. staff has received a substantial number of comments from the public eye in opposition. the most commonly expressed concern is traffic, noise from patrons and loading, parking impact, crime, vandalism, and public drunkenness. several comments or raised questioning the accuracy of the information regarding the historic frequency of events at the center. staff has received letters in support of the project which stressed the importance of the masonic center as a venue for the spectrum of activities. in considering this project, staff considered the potential impac
. this is about an hour. >>> may i have your attention, please. >> thank you, everett. that's what we needed. good morning, everyone. i'm harold holzer, vice-chairman of the lincoln forum. and we welcome you this morning to what promises to be an extraordinary program. as you all know from your printed programs, what we're going to hear this morning is something entitled "beyond glory." and before we begin, i wanted to acknowledge and introduce to you the writer whose book beyond glory" was the inspiration for the program developed. i'd like you all to say hello to larry smith. [ applause ] >> after i introduce the program you will hear it, of course, following which there will be ample time for questions and comments about everything from gettysburg to "gods and generals" to "beyond glory" to anything that's on your mind which the speaker has agreed to respond to. it was, in the words of president woodrow wilson, no ordinary celebration. it must have been special indeed, because the president canceled a much-needed vacation in new hampshire to be there himself. after all, lincoln had gone there o
. alan? >> several hundred people packed into everett and jones barbecue tonight. this is where a lot of democrats gather for the big political events here in oaknd la. the president's speech seemed to reenvigorate his supporters who feel like he has been bogged down by republicans throughout most of the first term. >> let's work together. we are all in this together. >> obama supporters liked the president's upbeat perspective and his emphasis on teamwork to get the economy rolling. >> this has been so opposed by republicans, but he hasn't taken a negative stance. i think that boweds well for the -- bodes well for the country. >> many of the democrats say they have seen a change that obama promised. like a ban on insurance companies from denying coverage to patients with preexisting conditions. >> i was trying to get coverage, but i didn't. now i do. so for me it is -- >> they also liked his push for an industry based on cleaner energy and incentives for the high-tech industry. >> i don't think he had a real plan for the economy. >> in his response to the president's speech, state re
this happen. stuart shaw, ann carroll is back there. everett, the people in the production department who have helped us. you will see all the hard work they have provideded when you go over to check this exhibit. so without further ado i would like to have luis introduce our keynote speaker. >> thank you, al. what a glorious day it is and happy black history month. i'm honored to introduce our keynote speaker, bernard kinsey. i had the pleasure of meeting bernard had he attended the first meeting with the california council for the humanities and immediately he made quite an impact with not only his creative ideas and vision but also his passion. right then and there i said to myself, my only resfwret that i didn't get to meet him way, when much earlier in our lives. his biography reads like an adventure with an extraordinary record of accomplishments and achievements. a business entrepreneur it, guru, philanthropist but perhaps most importantly a community builder. as president of kbk enterprises he's provided counsel to senior executives in both public and private sector and he has provided
on the severn river. rain calming down in everett. the better chance coming toward daybreak tomorrow. temperatures warming up. warm air out of the south. that will push us up through the 50s overnight. a strange january night where we will see temperatures rising into the night. there are reduce visibilities to the west. hagerstown, fog out into western maryland. less than a nile there. winds steady from the east at the moment but turning south as we go overnight and you can almost make out that warm frontal boundary pushing that rain just north of us, up into the great state of pennsylvania. as we look at the trend here across the east coast, again it'll be that quiet batch of weather behind this round of rain, then this the mainline that will come in as we go into the early morning hours tomorrow arriving the main storm center that. will produce fairly heavy downpours as we push toward dawn. let's talk about timing. 2:00 a.m. maybe some showers, maybe a thunderstorm. then as we roll forward you can see that more significant round of rain toward six, seven in the morning, could be a
and travel nightmare. you can see just how deep the snow is. >> a brother in everett, north of seattle has 15. i know some areas reporting well over a foot. >> like a christmas card. >> also footage showing wrecked snowplows, snowplows trying to get the snow off the roads and building, the huge snow banks on the sides of the road. this is from a local news station in seattle. >> buses are coming through here, too, and as i mentioned a number of close calls. still fun to watch. >> thank you so much for ruining the fun. kill joy. >> the lady sledding and having a good time saying, hey, what are you doing? you're killing the fun. >> i like the anchors when they go back to the studio. >>> at the base of the hill and the anchor like wa wa. >>> this is trending again because people are searching for weather videos. >> coming up. >> pay close attention to the people standing on the sidewalk on the left-hand side of the road. >> i wasn't through yet. >> listen to the evil laugh he does. >> awesome. >>> being pregnant is not easy. or so i've heard. >> i was about to ask, how do you know this, steven.
. >>> it is oscar time. the academy of motion pictures announces this year's nominations. everett lawrence reports for wjz from hollywood. >> where are your parents, little man? >> reporter: martin 64 scaizy's -- 64 scorsese's hugo picked up 11 oscar nominations. it came out just ahead of the silent film, the artist. also nominated in that category, war horse, the descendants, tree of life, midnight in paris, the help, extremely loud and incredibly close. >>> money drama is about the oakland a's two seasons. brad pitt on with best actor. george clooney and the descendants. john dujardin. and gary oldman. >> this year's contenders run the gamut from baseball to silent film to a story of one of britain's most fascinating leaders. bringing margaret thatcher to the screen, two-time oscar winner, meryl streep is nominated in the role. she's up against glenn close, viola davis. >> for best achievement in directing. >> reporter: along with scorsese, woody allen is in for best director for romantic comedy, midnight in paris. >> reporter: in hollywood, everett lawrence, wjz eyewitness news. >> the actual c
and forget them. and -- >> well this guy, ross everett came up with a clever way of remembering all the resolutions he came up with and keep them. >> ever are i year i make new year's resolutions that i intend on keeping, but for the life of me i can't remember one from last year. that's why this year i'm making them on video. here we go. resolution number one. eat healthier. number two, don't be touchy about how healthy you're eating. four, go to the gym or cancel your gym membership. >> this is where his resolutions take an interesting twist. >> ten, get a girlfriend. don't [ bleep ] this up. >> 14, stop smothering her. >> 15 of course she loves you. >> 16, if there wasn't another guy before, there certainly is now. >> 17, calm down, maybe it's nothing, show up to her house and say what's up. >> i love this guy. >> it sounds like a hot mess to me. >> four, get a new girlfriend. >> 27, bump into ex-girlfriend in store. >> avoid telling her tat leaving you is the worst decision she ever d wnt to know who the girl is that messed this guy's head up. >> let's find out. because we have
welcomes actor ewan mcgregor and home pros from ask this old house along with musical guest the everett brothers at 12:35, 11:35 central time on your local nbc station. >>> time now for a little entertainment news. rob lowe has scored maybe a big sports scoop when he let the world know abo this on twitter. lowe set both the social networking and pro football worlds on their ears wednesday after tweeting that his favorite indianapolis colts quarterback peyton manning was retiring. manning did sit out the season with an injury and is thought to be on the trading block, but until yesterday no one has mentioned the possibility of retirement. lowe, who is known to be friends with the colts owner, said he hopes his source is wrong. >>> backlash has forced mark wahlberg to apologize for telling mens journal in an interview that he would have stopped terrorists from flying an airliner into the world trade center on september 11th if he had been on the plane. >>> and finally jersey shore's snooki, noknown for her makeup, bronzing and wild hairstyles, took to twitter yesterday. wait for it. look
? >> several hundred people packed into everett and jones barbecue tonight. this is where a lot of democrats gather for the big political events here in oaknd la. the president's speech seemed to reenvigorate his supporters who feel like he has been bogged down by republicans throughout most of the first term. >> let's work together. we are all in this together. >> obama supporters liked the president's upbeat perspective and his emphasis on teamwork to get the economy rolling. >> this has been so opposed by republicans, but he hasn't taken a negative stance. i think that boweds well for the -- bodes well for the country. >> many of the democrats say they have seen a change that obama promised. like a ban on insurance companies from denying coverage to patients with preexisting conditions. >> i was trying to get coverage, but i didn't. now i do. so for me it is -- >> they also liked his push for an industry based on cleaner energy and incentives for the high-tech industry. >> i don't think he had a real plan for the economy. >> in his response to the president's speech, state republican chai
companies reluctant or pushing back against any legislative everetts? >> guest: well, so i don't think people are aware. if you go into google and you type a search for, um, something personal, let's just say prostate cancer, google stores that search unless you tell them otherwise not to, right? if you're part of a group on facebook, um, that is maybe it's a religious group or whatever it is, um, that facebook has, knows that knowledge. and a lot of people, i don't think, are aware that these things are happening. um, in fact, i recently last year, um, i had to go on a television show and explain how to change your privacy settings on facebook, and i couldn't figure it out. i'm a technology reporter, um, who is obsessively online, and i literally could not figure out how to change my facebook private settings. so a lot of people are unaware of the things that are happening when they're on these web sites. and, um, the companies -- google, facebook, all these different companies -- benefit from that because they get to deliver advertising, and they get to store all this data, and they
it will be at everett middle school. i'm trying to find out whether it's available or not but it seems like the most logical place at this point to have that and we've identified a keynote speaker, national person from the nekc foundation, senior vice president that president mendoza have met. ralph smith, he's going to come. he's focused on his national initiative which is the grade level reading initiative that's sort of taking hold in quite a few cities so it's a perfect match for him to come as a speaker and there's other people that's going to be involved so hopefully we have a nice co-chair from the city. president mendoza: thank you. we need to talk about other stuff. too. a couple of things. i wanted to thank the cast of fala, they were in town the last few weeks and two of the cast members, iris wilson and melony marshall spoke at burton high school and balboa high school so our students had an opportunity to meet with broadway actors and that was really cool. i want to congratulate richard heron and his corral collaborative project, chosen by the white house, to sing at the tree lighting c
it. >> sandra and barry everett came with their granddaughter, jada. >> we understand the struggle that he made and that all people made, that he struggled for all people, not just one group, not one race, not one class of people, but for all people. >> martin luther king was an important person because he always did good things for us, and he saved our people, and we just hope that he didn't die so soon. >> reporter: this is the first birthday celebration since newt memorial opened back in august. this morning the mayor joined the reverend al sharpton, dick gregory and others in placing a wreath at the base of the stone of hope. while much has changed as a result of dr. king's work, mayor vincent gray says some things have remained the same. for example, the district is still fighting for voting rights, a cause that gray believes dr. king would actively support if he were alive today. >> why is it that the people of the district of columbia should pay federal taxes every day and have no representation of votes in the congress of the united states? why is it that the people of the
discovered that the finance your had been stealing from him so the finance here whose name was everett hired a former french legionnaires and former professional wrestler to kill glock. strangely he didn't bring a gun. he brought a rubber mallet. the apparent plot was to make it seem glock had fallen down a flight of stairs. they were going to bop him on the head a few times and pushing down the stairs in an underground parking garage where this transpired. the problem was that gaston glock was an ornery old cuss in very good shape and when the election board police arrived shortly thereafter, the former french legionnaire and professional wrestler was unconscious, knocked out and lying on top of gaston glock who had apparently rendered him useless with his bare hands. it sounds like something that if you put it in a movie script no one would believe it. we looked at it from every angle and it seemed impossible and yet that is what happened and a former finance year is still serving the balance of a 20 year sentence in maximum-security prison in looks and board. the hit man got out after sev
will be back. >>stanley: is exactly four years ago i showed view area in the oakland neighborhood where everett rain, cars would crashed into their homes, now the roles are wet again at once to check to see if it was still a problem. tonight at 8:00 p.m. i will show you if any changes have been made and what drivers are doing in the next edition of people behaving badly. [ male announcer ] get ready for some deli-style delic-ious-ity: the subway big hot pastrami melt. dive into piled-high pastrami, spicy mustard, pickles and melt-a-licious cheese. treat your taste buds to a fresh toasted subway big hot pastrami melt. subway. eat fresh. pam >> at 6:30 p.m. if you are going to this weekend's big game, be careful how you treat the giants fans, plus we have a look at a new high-tech heater that is safer and can save you money we will be back. >>jacqueline: we are still tracking the rain in the north bay, we can see how heavy is coming down right now. we have about 1/4 of an inch that is falling right now in napa. the also see a quarter of an inch of rain in a bottle--in novato. over an open we hav
had discovered he had been stealing from him. so the man, everett, hired a french -- a former french legionnaire and former professional wrestler to kill glock. strangely, he didn't bring a gun. [laughter] he brought a rubber mallet, and the apparent plot was to make it seem as if gaston glock -- who was 70 years at the time -- had fallen down a flight of stairs. they were going to bop him on the head a few times and push him down the stairs of an underground parking garage which is where all this transpired. the problem was that gaston glock was an ornery old cuss and in very good shape, and when the luxembourg police arrived shortly thereafter, the former french legionnaire and professional wrestler was unconscious, knocked out and lying on top of gaston glock who had apparently rendered him useless with his pair hands. [laughter] bare hands. it sounds like something that if you put it in a movie script no one would believe it, and yet brian and i have looked at it from every angle, and it seems implausible, and yet that's what happened. and he's still serving a 20-year sentence in
favored slavery. everett parker of the unite church of christ, who led the fight in mississippi to desegregate the ldt. there are many examples. so there's many examples of progressive white americans who stood against this -- of course, william lloyd garrison and his liberator, men examples of those who toad against the tide, but unfortunately not enough. so we developed a white racial narrative in america that lives to this day, even though it's gotten better thanks to what happened in the '70s, but still a long way to go. so we tried to tell how the system got constructed. how the importance that race has played throughout american history and the development of the white racial narrative and the counternarrative of people of color for more democratic media system. and we have tried to get the lessons that are valuable for now. because unfortunately, with all the great promise of the internet, some of the same kind of racial inequities that existed in newspapers and radio, in television, and in cable, we feel are all really being replicated on the internet in terms of enough
. >> carol everett of the maryland lottery says this will improve the game. >> starting jackpots will go from $20 million where it is now to $40 million starting january 15. and the second tier prizes will jump to $1 million from 2 $200,000. >> they are confident customers won't mind the price increase. >> i hope develop bring more people in because there are -- i hope it will bring more people in because there are hopes of bringing in more money. >> people see how it affects them, i think it will do good. >> i think it is not going to affect business. they pay $2 for multimed. >> players are hoping this will mean bigger cash prizes to them. >> i don't care. i'll pay it. >> you don't mind paying more? >> if you can win, definitely. for the poor people that need it, yes. i don't care. >> that's good. that's good. i'm happy. >> you will pay more for a powerball ticket? >> yeah, i would put more money, of course. >> so once again, the increase goes in effect on january 15. rob roblin, wbal-tv 11 news. >> that's next sunday. >> changes in the rule books that will significantly impact anyone who o
at the time. he and senate leader everett dirkson gave the response to lyndon johnson's state of the union. >>> we'll give a big congratulations to our producer, because nobody watching got it right, so you can tweet him congratulations on twitter. >>> let's check in with shannon travis for a political update. he is in sarasota waiting for newt gingrich's event to begin. hi there, shannon. >> reporter: hey there, randi. we're waiting for newt gingrich to step up to the stage at any moment but his supporters are already here. this is by far one of newt gingrich's biggest crowds so far, maybe his biggest in florida. we're at an airport hangar in sarasota, florida. there are a number of republicans here in this area so it would be understandable that he has a lot of supporters but i have two of his supporters here with me. this is ashley hancock and chas toms. chas is 10 years old. he made sure to mention that he'll be 11 in two weeks. i want to start off with you, ashley, and ask you why you're here? >> i'm here to show my support for the speaker and to come out and try to teach my son some
not written in an earlier one. everett entire chapter about the atomic bombs in japan. i've written a lot about food because for most people who live through the war, food or the lack of it was absolutely the defining reality. in many societies, you're absolutely terrified that people went through. mentioned 800,000 people died. 800,000, twice as many as americans or british died in the war. and they were used with 20,000 people dying of starvation every day, every day. these are ordinary educated people. and they find there is nothing to eat. chinese peasants 1942 find themselves eating dried leaves. i mean, i have quoted at the diaries of british housewife to complain my code because they had to reach him and eggs. >> it was a lovely story of this british jerry lambert. you had your rations, but in addition, everybody try to supplement their rations in a chat to make the equipment. he told the wonderful story how one morning his father looks at a pot that had been put on the table and spread some of that on his breath and tried to it. he turned to his wife and said what was that? carrot
elections. daniel everett santorum, who -- and then you have rick santorum, who has a spending problem and lost in his own state. i don't see how people get the message that rick perry is more electable -- is not more electable? he hasnever appea -- never lost an election and has balanced several budgets. why is that message is not getting out? guest: thank you. the message has clearly gotten out to you. i appreciate the call and the comment. that is what this campaign has really been about. governor perry is the candidate, in our opinion, that can really bridge a lot of fish gaps -- issue gaps. he talked to both sides of the aisle. he has a great record of success. going forward as well. what we have tried to say is many candidates can stand up and talk about things. many candidates can say what they want to do. there's only one man on that stage that can not only lay out a broad vision but back in and out with success he has had in texas. his record in texas is second to none. not just in terms of job creation but a lot of fiscal and conservative issues. he has been fantastic. that r
to their constituents, and we hope that is the case still, we will take everett -- case. so, will take every approach available to us on behalf of the american people. >> the taliban are apparently opening up an office in qatar, and are asking for a return of taliban prisoners held in guantanamo bay. as the white house looked those conditions? >> two things -- as the president said in june, peace cannot come to afghanistan without a political settlement. the president made clear we would participate in the afghan-led reconciliation efforts, and we of all is said that taliban reconciliation -- we have always said the taliban reconciliation would only come on the condition of breaking from al-qaida, abandoning violence, and abiding by the afghan constitution, and that remains the case. this is about u.s. support for an afghan-lead process as far -- process. as far as releasing prisoners, we are not in a position to discuss individual detainees, but our goal in closing guantanamo bay is widely understood. >> will the president be accompanied in cleveland tomorrow? >> i do not have any specifics to give
was a name named edward everett who published an article by madison in his retirement when madison is expressing alarm over calhoun and the southern prosecessionists. so that's how madison would have voted. now, bell finished fourth in the popular vote. so after fort sumter, what would have madison have done? i can't imagine that he would have seceded. even though lincoln the victor would not have been his way of handling things, he was such a strong unionist and one of the last things he writes -- the little piece that he wanted published after death was that anyone who preaches this union to be treated pandora with her box open or like a serpent creeping into paradise. so that was his great year. >> host: were he and henry clay allies, friends, acquaintances? >> guest: they were. there's a wonderful story about henry clay and dolley madison. he goes up to her at some reception, and he says, everybody loves mrs. madison. she comes right back and she says, that's because mrs. madison loves everybody. and that's kind of, you know, virginian air-kissing a little bit. but it was also
are the type of people that ross perot admires. >> next is a call from ron watching us in everett, washington. we're talking about ross perot. hey, ron. >> good evening. and i would like to challenge dr. brinkley a little bit. i think the comparison was t.r., even though perot may have idolized him, is heavily overdrawn. and you mentioned just a few minutes ago that -- if i understood correctly, that perot favored a flat tax. and of course that's the antithesis of progressism. i think t.r. was way out there to the left. and -- in the liberal, progressive tradition and even of course obama this week was -- speaking on the 100th anniversary of a t.r. speech there. and i don't -- even though he may have supported oil tax, i don't think he really was a wilderness warrior the way -- >> nor is he winston churchill. one is not suggesting that. those were his heroes and people -- t.r. is known as -- edward morris and myself, many sided americans, a lot of people see in theodore roosevelt what they want to see in theodore roosevelt. but this ability to -- with t.r. and his love of the navy and wrote t
will do what everett the american people deserve. who cares what the constitution says, what the law says, what the rules are? i am the president. this is pretty scary stuff. i hope the united states senate does what they are supposed to do and they should take the president court. this is not something that the president should get away with. let me answer her other question, which was, what are we going to do about made in america? this is up my alley. i come from a steel town in western pennsylvania. people ask me, how do you win your elections? i won the elections because i had policies that were in sync with the people that i represented. my grandfather was a coal miner, southwestern pennsylvania. i grew up in a blue-collar town, and i am the stand the importance in this country of manufacture, the importance of making sure we are not just a knowledge-based economy, creating a lot of good products great medicals, devices, but we are not making that in america. we're creating, and by creating a wonderful knowledge-based economy, but manufactured them somebody else. having travelled ar
virginia, kentucky, and tennessee, and his running mate was a man named edward everett who published an article when he's expressing alarm of the recessionists, and i think that's how madison would have voted. now, he finished fourth in the popular vote so what would madison have done? i can't imagine he would have succeeded. even though lincoln, the victor, would not have been his way of handling things, he was such a strong unionist, and one of the last things he writes, it's a little piece that he wanted published, and it was called "advise to my country," and the point he makes is anyone who preaches this union should be treated like pandora with her box open or like the serpent creeping into paradise, so that was his great fear. >> host: were he an henry clay friends or acquaintances? >> guest: they were. he goes to a reception and says everybody loves mrs. madison, and she says that's because mrs. madison loves everybody, and that's kind of virginia air kissing a little bit, but it was also true. i mean, she would rather like you than dislike you, and that's why she was such a
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